Oil and gas
The programme was shot in June with an aim to give the company better quality data than what was shot in the 1980s, helping to confirm the geological model for the area, which the company said was highly prospective for hydrocarbons.
The reported hydrocarbon indicators include flat spots, dim zones and possible hydrocarbon leakage features which, if confirmed, could indicate an active hydrocarbon system in the area and significantly "de-risk" future exploration prospects.
“I am very pleased to report the impressive 2D seismic results from our southern licence area. The large structures and geological formations are further substantiated by the drill cores we already own from the area and give us indentified potential prospects on which we will be acquiring additional seismic later in the year, as we work toward exploration drilling,” said chairman of BPC Alan Burns.
The company has simultaneously announced that it has applied to the Government